Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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6. Click in an empty cell and type your content.
You can use any of the text-formatting tools to customize your text. If
you type more text than a cell can hold, the cell widens automatically to
accommodate your text. If you hit the Enter key, the cell elongates.
7. Right-click the table and choose Properties to change how a table looks.
The Table Properties page opens, as shown in Figure 5-12.
Here’s a handy bunch of table properties that you can play with to
change the look of your table:
• Width: Sets the width of the table cell in pixels.
• Height: Sets the height of the table cell in pixels.
• Cell Padding: Determines the amount of space between your text
and the edge of a cell.
• Cell Spacing: Changes the distance between the cell borders.
• Border Color: Allows you to select the border color for the table.
• Border Width: Changes the thickness of the border.
• Background Color: Lets you select the table background color.
• Use Background Image: Select this check box to use an image file as
the background for your table.
• Image File: Allows you to browse for an image that is placed in the
8. Click Apply to save your table changes and return to the Page Editor.
9. Click Save to save the changes to your Web site, and then click the red
X to close the Page Editor.